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Anti-terrorism science agenda examined

By | July 30, 2002

Experts cite funding benefits but worry that open access to research could be compromised.

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Genome to Life grants awarded

By | July 30, 2002

US Department of Energy gives $103 million for study of microbial systems biology and bugs that could help environment.

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Bioterrorism papers under scrutiny

By | July 29, 2002

American Society for Microbiology president calls for meeting to discuss withholding of critical data by journals

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UK's Lords seek changes in animal testing

By | July 25, 2002

A House of Lords report supports the use of animals in research but calls for greater efforts to seek alternatives.

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SV40 in vaccines

By | July 24, 2002

Did polio vaccines contaminated with SV40 cause increased incidence of rare cancers and non-Hodgkin lymphoma?

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UK government puts weight behind science

By | July 24, 2002

Tony Blair's government has underlined its commitment to UK science in the strategy document just released.

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Crackdown on DNA patents needed

By | July 23, 2002

A long-awaited report by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics says fewer patents on DNA sequences should be granted.

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Human genetic research framework needs overhaul

By | July 18, 2002

A new House of Commons report is critical of human genetic research legislation and governance.

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Research councils welcome funding boost

By | July 17, 2002

UK government's increased support for science wins widespread approval.

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Biodefense funding struggle

By | July 16, 2002

US societies and advocacy group lobby to limit research funding granted by new Department of Homeland Security.

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